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My disaster running

It’s been raining constantly for 2 weeks here, but that’s Sweden for you. Anyway, it’s a great excuse for not going outside (I use it all the time) but there are only so many times you can come with that excuse until your cardio drops so when I came home from school today, I decided to head outside for a run. 94 more words


When I Tried to Make a Swiss Role #Fail

So I thought it would be really easy but I was surprised with my turnout. I’m not sure if it was not whisked enough or may be too much and the mixture was kind of stiff, then after I took it from the oven the cake wasn’t moist or soft enough to role at ease without it cracking along the sides. 107 more words


Will Houghton of Ashburnham, Massachusetts - Infection Prevention in Disaster Situations

Will Houghton Ashburnham, Massachusetts, is a teaching professional who specializes in helping his students learn about disaster and wilderness medicine through Mountain Medicine Education. These classes teach basic first aid and general medical protocol for emergency situations. 254 more words


Typhoons: What to do and who to call

It’s that time of the year again, where typhoons and monsoons seems like a daily occurrence. The Philippine department of weather, PAGASA, has made a guide for Typhoon Warning signs which could save thousands of families if followed and implemented correctly. 801 more words


Ultimate Republican solution to bad economic news -- Don't report it!

Doonesbury by GB Trudeau

❝ “What’s measured, improves.”

So said management legend and author Peter F. Drucker about the value of using metrics to define specific objectives within an organization.

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When Catastrophe Strikes

Two young men were killed in auto accidents this week. My heart and prayers go out to their families. It turns your world upside down and inside out when something like this happens. 660 more words